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GMC Statement: GMC statement in response to the publication of Sir Keith Pearson's review of revalidation ('Taking Revalidation Forward')

13 January 2017

GMC statement in response to the publication of Sir Keith Pearson’s review of revalidation (‘Taking Revalidation Forward’)

GMC Statement: GMC statement on winter service patient safety concerns

12 January 2017

GMC statement on winter service patient safety concerns

Web News: Essential maintenance to some key systems Tuesday 20 December

20 December 2016

We’re making improvements to our systems on Tuesday 20 December from 18:00 to 20:00.

Press Release: GMC to freeze all registration fees in 2017/18

15 December 2016

The General Medical Council (GMC) is to freeze all registration fees, including the annual retention fee, from April 2017 to March 2018.

Press Release: New members of GMC Council appointed

09 December 2016

A GP and a consultant in geriatric medicine are among four new members to be appointed to the governing body of the General Medical Council (GMC).

Press Release: Student professionalism competition winner announced

09 December 2016

Bethany Lloyd has won a joint GMC and MSC competition about medical professionalism.

GMC Statement: GMC chief executive launches professionalism report at conference

06 December 2016

GMC chief executive, Charlie Massey, today launched the ‘Medical professionalism matters’ report at the annual GMC conference

Press Release: Report on medical professionalism launches at GMC Conference

06 December 2016

This year’s General Medical Council (GMC) Conference will see the launch of a focused report looking at the challenges the medical profession faces and how these can be tackled through collaboration and teamwork.

Press Release: Heavy workloads threaten training for doctors, warns GMC

01 December 2016

Increasingly heavy workloads are eroding the time doctors have for training, according to the General Medical Council’s (GMC) annual survey of medical education and training in the UK.